Have you ever made a Math Mountain before? If not, you can look in our math book to find out how. But we know all about them. It is simple to make one. It looks like a mountain with three numbers. There is one at the top and two at the bottom. The number at the top is ALWAYS the total, and the two bottom are the partners. The partners ALWAYS add up to the total. For example, 6 and 5 add up to 11. So, 6 and 5 would be on the bottom, and 11 would be on the top. You can also make equations that go with the Math Mountain, like 6+5=11 and 11-6=5.
This blog is maintained as a collaboration between all students and myself. Each week, one student has the classroom job of "Blogger". That student helps decide subjects for our posts, as well as writing one blog post about him/herself.